Protecting you and your family 

We all want to make sure our loved ones are taken care of in the future. By writing a Will, you can ensure that your money, property and possessions (your 'estate'), go to the people and causes you care about after you die. If you don't leave a Will, the law decides how your estate is passed on - and this might not be in line with your wishes.

Get a free professionally drafted Will from a leading law firm

We have partnered with Bequeathed to offer our supporters a free Will For Good.

Just go online any time that suits you and follow these simple steps to create a draft Will that is then reviewed by a member of staff from our partner legal firms:

  1. Take our online Will interview in as little as 20 minutes

Our system creates your Will from the answers you give, and we transfer it to one of our partner legal firms.

  1. Have a free 30-minute telephone or video appointment with a lawyer

They will discuss your situation and your wishes and confirm the Will caters for your needs. There is never any charge for a standard Will, which is suitable for most people. If you require a more complex Will, they will discuss a cost for this with you.

  1. Receive your free Will in the post, sign it and have it witnessed

You can then return a copy to the legal firm who will check it has been executed correctly and securely store it for you, also at no cost.

There is no obligation to include a gift in your Will to Mountbatten but many people like you do.

Once you’ve taken care of friends and family, we would be extremely grateful if you would consider supporting us with a gift in your Will.

The right gift to leave depends on individual circumstance. You could pledge as little as one per cent share of your estate, or a cash gift of £500. And if you can give more, you'll be helping even more patients and their families to face death, dying, and bereavement with Mountbatten by their side.

Gifts in Wills help secure the future of Mountbatten for Island people, ensuring we will be there for the people you care about after you have died. Your legacy will be the nurse that visits in the middle of the night to care for a patient, the medicines and equipment dying people need to live out their final days in dignity and comfort, and the support for families to help them adjust to the loss of a loved one. Thank you.

Please note: If you have a dependent who has a learning disability please do not use Bequeathed, you will need specialist advice.